“Shop Sandy Biz” Campaign, $17B Infrastructure Upgrades as Second Anniversary Approaches

Over the past two years, New York City has seen its share of hard times and recovery continues at a steady pace. On Sunday, October 26th, Senator Charles Shumer announced in front of the Whitehall Terminal that a total of $17 billion has been collected by New York State for […]

Hurricane Arthur Leaves Some Uncertainty for New York City and The Northeast

Tropical Storm Arthur became a hurricane today and is headed north, gaining strength. The Category 2 storm just passed Georgia’s Atlantic coast and will be making landfall in North Carolina tomorrow, July 4th according to the latest data. Continuing to put a damper on the holiday weekend, Arthur is predicted […]

New York City was Ruled Against in the Case between the Disabled and NYC’s Emergency Preparedness Plan

Back in 2011, after Tropical Storm Irene, the Center for the Independence of the Disabled, the Brooklyn Center for Independence of the Disabled, and two disabled New Yorkers filed a lawsuit against the City of New York for not providing adequate evacuation plans for those who are disabled.  Though this lawsuit […]